protein

  1. Mr Joe

    Homemade Peat-Friendly Whey Protein

    Many of us are struggling getting enough protein for muscle building on a Peat diet. 150 g daily (average) is hard to find if you don't drink 2L milk every day, if you don't have enough money or just no time. Androsterone and other "pro-metabolic" substances are useful but still need enough...
  2. J

    Incredible Craving for Fatty Red Meat

    I find myself craving fatty, red meat all day long. I eat pounds of it over the days. I average at least at least 2-3 pounds a day, and it's taking a toll on my bills. I try to get the highest quality meat I can get, which is usually imported grass-fed lamb and mutton. I'm about 178cm, about...
  3. DCLOSE

    Making Your Own Skimmed Milk

    I came across this website that sells home cream separators! We have access to farm fresh milk and instead of buying cream from them it is actually cheaper to use a cream separator. Here is the website if anyone is interested Merry Farm | Buy Milk Separators, Butter Churns, Egg Incubators Worldwide
  4. haidut

    Only Dietary Fat, Not Protein Or Sugar (sucrose), Drives Obesity

    This is a recent study that confirms another controversial one I posted on the forum more than a year ago. https://raypeatforum.com/community/threads/low-protein-high-carb-diet-healthier-than-caloric-restriction.6909/ The newer study also had some unexpected findings. For example, increasing...
  5. haidut

    The Protein In Fish, Not Omega-3, May Be Protective Against Brain Disease

    Over the last 2 decades thousands of studies were published on the purported benefits of omega-3 fats commonly found in cold water fish. However, every large human trial with omega-3 either failed to find benefit or even found increased risk of harm. Despite that fact, there is very strong...
  6. haidut

    Life's First Molecule Was A Protein, Not DNA Or RNA

    I posted a few studied in the past that argued for the primal role of RNA (and not DNA) in evolution. Not The "selfish Gene"(DNA), But RNA Be The Driver Of Evolution The geneticists like to claim that DNA still rules supreme because it was the primordial molecule that started life and its...
  7. haidut

    Progesterone Is As Anabolic For Muscle As Testosterone (in Women)

    I am posting this in support of the recent thread on what constitutes an anabolic supplement steroid and how to properly combine various steroids to help prevent/limit catabolism and enhance anabolism in both men and women. Quest For The Perfect Anticatabolic / Anabolic Supplement This study...
  8. haidut

    In Defense Of Gilbert Ling - Ion Pumps Not Needed To Explain Cell Physiology

    The purported existence of pumps is the official reason why Gilbert Ling's AI hypothesis was removed from Wikipedia. I posted a few days ago about the "newly" discovered role of ATP as a protein hydrotrope and co-solvent - something Ling postulated back in the 1950s. Gilbert Ling's Theory...
  9. haidut

    All Steroids (not Just Unbound/free Ones) Are Bioavailable

    One of the recurring points of contention in Peat's writings that I have not seen addressed yet is his comment on total vs. free hormones and the relevance this has for common blood tests for thyroid and sex hormones. The mainstream medical claim is that only free hormones are capable of...
  10. haidut

    Protein Quality, Not Genes, Determine Male Height

    I posted a study on the height of Dutch men - a well studied phenomenon officially explained by genes, but recently recast as one possibly due to diet. Dutch People Gained 20cm Of Height In Just 150 Years Now this new study adds more evidence to the diet hypothesis as it found a population in...
  11. P

    Ginger Milk Curd - Cheese Recipe Using Ginger As Rennet - Fresh Ginger May Improve Protein Digestion

    so ginger's protease must be very good digestion aid for protein meal.making it more bioavailable. the quantity of fresh ginger they used is not that much. Ginger milk curd - Wikipedia Ginger milk curd -------------- sounds great especially if used with lactase milk, very easy digestion...
  12. haidut

    Vitamin D3 Extends Lifespan By Preventing Toxic Protein Buildup

    Over the last 6-9 months I noticed that often people who communicate with Peat over email get a recommendation to supplement with vitamin D. When asked why, Peat said that he knows quite a few people who recovered from "very serious symptoms" by using vitamin D. Well, this new study shows that...
  13. Giraffe

    Repair Of Pancreatic Beta-Cells

    Repair of Pancreatic β-Cells: A Relevant Phenomenon in EarlyIDDM Most studies dealing with the pathogenesis of IDDM have emphasized the immune assault against β-cells. In this perspective, we review the data that suggest that the β-cell destruction of IDDM depends on a balance between β-cell...
  14. Amazoniac

    Gelatin Can Exarcerbate A Protein Insufficiency

    Hydrolyzed collagen (gelatin) decreases food efficiency and the bioavailability of high-quality protein in rats "Gelatin and collagen hydrolysate have been shown to improve skin hydration, transepidermal water loss, elasticity, and skin barrier dysfunction 7, 8. Furthermore, they have been used...
  15. haidut

    Inhibiting Serotonin During Protein Feeding Doubles Maximum Lifespan

    This study is actually on the effects of a high protein diet on brain neurotransmitters and lifespan. It was done in fruit flies but the serotonin in those fruit flies are essentially the same in humans. So, the results should hold. One of the big takeaways from the study is the explanation of...
  16. F

    Meals Rich In Carbohydrates, But Poor In Protein May Increase Serotonin In The Brain

    Confused about serotonin OK, so from what I've gathered so far, RP is not a fan of serotonin, and believes estrogen dominance has alot to do with high serotonin and high histamine. But then as I'm reading his article I find this: "A large carbohydrate meal increases the ratio of tryptophan to...
  17. Amazoniac

    Protein Metabolism And Organ Injury

    Gaylords, Members that can only name 2 or less Katy Perry songs; Protein Deficiency and Liver Injury Protein deficiency affects humans differently than in lab experiments because there are many variables that must be taken in consideration. An example would be meal timing and protein intakes...
  18. S

    Why Do We Even Look At The Kcal In Protein?

    Had a new coaching client ask me today "How much energy should I be using from protein a day?" which got me thinking. The answer should be none. Protein is awesome and does a lot of really important things but it is always just a fall back as an energy source for when there is not enough...
  19. Luann

    Why Is High Protein A Good Thing?

    ...Since we want less serotonin in us? Does not make sense but I hope one of you can clear it up. Thanks / love.
  20. m_arch

    Well Rounded Protein Intake?

    So I haven't looked into protein in depth before so maybe someone with more knowledge can help me. If you have milk, potatoes (a few times a week) and collagen/gelatin powder (1-2 tbspn a day) - is this well rounded adequate protein intake from a peat perspective? I have a low heart rate...
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